Rémi Bonnet, right, claimed vertical gold at the Andorra World Cup ©Getty Images

Sweden's Tove Alexandersson and Rémi Bonnet of Switzerland took the vertical titles at the Arinsal leg of the International Ski Mountaineering Federation (ISMF) World Cup in Andorra, concluding the second event in the calendar.

In the women's race Alexandersson was 14 seconds clear at the top in front of Axelle Gachet Mollaret of France in a time of 31min 04sec.

More than a minute behind Gachet Mollaret for the bronze medal was compatriot Emily Harrop.

Austrian Sarah Dreier and Alessandra Schmid of Switzerland completed the top five.

Bonnet was nearly a minute clear in the men's race, clocking a time of 26:16 in front of a pack vying for the other podium places.

Robert Antonioli of Italy edged American Cameron Smith on the line for silver, with both finishing in 27:11.

Just two seconds back was Antonioli's team mate Federico Nicolini in fourth, with France's Thibault Anselmet another five seconds back in fifth.

Werner Marti of Switzerland and Italian Michele Boscacci were two seconds behind in sixth and seventh.

Axelle Gachet Mollaret and Michele Boscacci won the individual races yesterday ©Getty Images
Axelle Gachet Mollaret and Michele Boscacci won the individual races yesterday ©Getty Images

Gachet Mollaret won the individual race in a reverse of the vertical result, finishing in a time of 1hr 41min 22sec.

Alexandersson was more than a minute behind for the silver, with Harrop again getting the bronze, nearly seven minutes behind the winner.

Italians Alba de Silvestro and Giulia Murada were a far distance behind the medallists in fourth and fifth.

Boscacci would take gold in the men's individual with a time of 1:45:49, beating Xavier Gachot of France to the top by 31 seconds.

Antonioli won two medals at this weekend's World Cup, taking bronze in front of the chasing Bonnet and Austrian Jakob Herrmann.